Thanks for the offer but I have the same mbp as you. The most helpful thing you can do is testing / bug reporting or learn objective c.
Geoff On Jan 10, 2007, at 7:19 PM, Michael Miller wrote:
I recently got a Macbook Pro, and was disappointed to find that there were no drivers for kismac to inject packets with. Passive stumbling works fine with this chipset- but I can't inject packets. I'm fairly proficient in java, but I know next to nothing about objective-c, so I probably won't be of much help in the development area(I can compile and run code from SVN, or if someone sends me code), but I would be happy to contribute what I can. The chipset I have is used in all Core 2 Duo Macbook Pros and Macbooks. If anyone wants to send me code to test/debug/reverse engineer the card with, feel free to ask; I'll be more than happy to help with anything. Sincerely, Michael